Doctor of Medicine) degree at the University of Oslo in 2000, and also holds an Master of Business Administration in Management from the Norwegian School of Economics.
She was appointed by the Government of Norway for a six-year term in 2012. Her parents were teachers. As a young girl she sang in the Sandefjord Jentekor.
She obtained the candidate.med.
She was approved as a specialist in paediatrics in 2011. From 2008 to 2011, she was a consultant at Statens Barnehus Oslo, and from 2010 also a researcher at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
She worked as an intern at Bærum Hospital 2001–2002 and as an assistant physician at Drammen Hospital 2002–2003 and Ullevål University Hospital 2004–2007. In 2010, she admitted to the Philosophy Doctor programme at the University of Oslo, but has not completed a doctorate.
She has compared long time child custody conflicts to child neglect, and has suggested that mediation between parents should be mandatory before such cases are brought in for court.
In summer 2012, she was interviewed for Vårt Land (Norwegian newspaper), where she demanded that religious male circumcision changes in symbolic term. Invited in Helsinki at NOCIRC & Sexpo (organisation) symposium, 2 October 2012, Anne Lindboe confirmed that she was approached by the Simon Wiesenthal Centre but upheld her view that traditional male circumcision should be banned. Anne Lindboe is married and has three children.
The family lives in Ullevål Hageby, Oslo.